With Inni-K (voice, piano, ukulele), Brian Walsh (drums, percussion), Cormac O’Brien (double bass), Louise Mochia (backing vocals)
Inni-K delights with her unique indie folk - a transcendent voice and beautiful new songs combine with tight musicianship and arresting stage-craft. Her debut album The King has Two Horse’s Ears was released early this year to critical acclaim. She has shared stages with Efterklang, Caoimhín O Raghallaigh, Wallis Bird, Tiny Ruins, This is How We Fly and many more.
“Like people such as St. Vincent and James Vincent McMorrow, Inni-K is one of those rare singers that will impress almost anyone with a passing interest in music. …Here's a debut to celebrate.” (Dan Hegarty, RTE 2fm)
“Inni-K is a force to watch. She is more than a singer, more than a musician and she is both in great measure.” (Liam O Maonlaí)
Rhob Cunningham is a songwriter from Dublin who has independently released three studio albums. He has performed all over Ireland as well as in France, Germany and Holland, sharing bills with Villagers, James V McMorrow and opening for Bobby Womack, Gil Scott Heron, Tori Amos, John Martyn, Cathy Davey and Lisa Hannigan, among countless others. Tonight he will premiere new pieces specially composed to be sympathetic to the CCI's surroundings.